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    Question about terminator sprues.

    Hello mighty warriors of Titan!I a humble space marine from the DA chapter want to ask a small question concearning the Terminators Boxed set.

    I want to buy one of those sets to use a host of bits for my deathwing convertions(Bel among them no less)and i want to use some of those grey knight arms.

    So what i see is that most of the right hands are flat in order to insert the wrist mounted stormbolter.My question iso all right hands have the flat surface to incert the stormbolter or are there any normal ones?

    Also i would guess that the stormbolters are flat too from the othe side no?

    Thanks for your time guys!

    Edit: Scrats the one about the stormbolters,they can be used with a bit of twiking as they are.

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    Hi Pilot,

    Coincidentally, I have used some DA bits for my GKs. My Purgation squad all have cloaks and hoods. Anyway, onto your question. The stormbolters are mounted on the left fore arm, not in the right hand. The right hand has, as you say, a flat surface for attatching onto the right arm. The left fore arm. hand connection is a notched piece (where the stormbolter sits above, hiding any joint. The laft hands available have different options (closed fist, open hand, holding a demon head or set up to be holding the sword or halberd two-handed). The right hands are holding a ccw.

    Hopefully this answers your question.

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    Thanks tuatara,so all of them are like that?Damn it....
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    If I could possibly tag on a question about the same box set here as I'm building a deathwing army too...

    What any idea what kind of compatibility issues I might have with using the standard bearer and aphothecary parts from the GK termie box on regular terminators?
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    the biggest problem will be the GK Iconography plastered on them. The Apothecary Arm is all one peice (including hand), excluding shoulder plate. But yeah, All left hands are notched, all right hands are flat.
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    So does the standard bearer hand come with a specific arm that it attaches to, or does it go on the regular ones? left or right?

    I guess I could just file down/green stuff in the iconography and add my own with the etched brass sheets I got from FW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waddywoos View Post
    So does the standard bearer hand come with a specific arm that it attaches to, or does it go on the regular ones? left or right?

    I guess I could just file down/green stuff in the iconography and add my own with the etched brass sheets I got from FW.
    The standard is held in their right hand. No special arm needed. Where a hand would go, you connect the standard.
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    ok cool - thanks tutara and stradius! *rep*
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